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[texts]I did not come from him, neither did you! : I may look like him, but I refuse to claim kin : on this I stand! : J. Sherwood Upchurch : they are going to talk about him in the next legislature, so they say : I want to be there! - Upchurch, J. Sherwood, 1870-1950
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Keywords: Upchurch, J. Sherwood, 1870-1950; Democratic Party (N.C.); Elections; Campaign literature; Religion and science
Downloads: 23
[texts]Idle comments - Avery, Isaac Erwin, 1871-1904
Reprinted in part from the Charlotte Observer
Keywords: Avery, Isaac Erwin, 1871-1904
Downloads: 190
[texts]In Simpkinsville; character tales, by Ruth McEnery Stuart - Stuart, Ruth McEnery, 1856-1917
An Arkansas prophet.--Weeds.--The unlived life of little Mary Ellen.--The dividing-fence.--The middle hall.--Miss Jemima's valentine.--A slender romance
Keywords: Dialect literature, American
Downloads: 88
[texts]Indians of North Carolina : letter from the secretary of the Interior, transmitting, in response to a Senate resolution of June 30, 1914, a report on the condition and tribal rights of the Indians of Robeson and adjoining counties of North Carolina - McPherson, O. M. (Orlando M.)
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Keywords: Indians of North America; Indians of North America; Indians of North America; Cherokee Indians; Lumbee Indians
Downloads: 494
[texts]Inquiry into the causes which have retarded the accumulation of wealth and increase of population in the southern states: in which the question of slavery is considered in a politico-economical point of view - Goodloe, Daniel R. (Daniel Reaves), 1814-1902
"The first draft of this essay was written in the summer of 1841, at my native village, Louisburg, North Carolina. It was first published at the request of John Quincy Adams, in the New York American, March 28 and 29th, 1844."--Ms. note on t.-p. (signed: Daniel R. Goodloe)
Keywords: Slavery
Downloads: 63
[texts]Instructions for collectors of taxes - Confederate States of America. Dept. of the Treasury
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Keywords: Taxation
Downloads: 55
[texts]Instructions to post masters - Confederate States of America. Post-Office Dept
At head of title: Confederate States of America, Post Office Department
Keywords: Postal service
Downloads: 61
[texts]Iola Leroy, or, Shadows uplifted - Harper, Frances Ellen Watkins, 1825-1911

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[texts]It helps business and is a blessing : what leading business men, bankers farmers, laborers and others say about prohibition in Charlotte, N.C - Anti-Saloon League of Charlotte, N.C

Keywords: Prohibition; Liquor laws; Local option
Downloads: 70
[texts]It is a fearful thing to live - Broaddus, A. (Andrew), 1818-1900
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Keywords: Christian life
Downloads: 75
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